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Hannibal

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Re: St. George and the Dragon
« Reply #6 on: October 11, 2021, 04:13:33 AM »
I agree with you, I have loaded 3 paintings in the show galeries over the years, but never could determine who is editing them. Nick Ball has a fantastic interpretation, perhaps he can remember from whzere he got his flat ...
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Re: St. George and the Dragon
« Reply #5 on: October 10, 2021, 11:45:46 PM »
Hi Michel,
the third one (from the top) is in Werner Otto range. Actually not so simply to find...




There are four St George and the Dragon, to my knowledge:


One edited by Jupiter Miniatura in Germany, 54mm (Benedikt Widmann)
International Flat Figure Society - British Flat Figure Society - "St George and the Dragon" (intflatfigures.org)


One edited by Vladimir Nuzhdin in Russia, 45mm
International Flat Figure Society - British Flat Figure Society - "St George and the Dragon" (intflatfigures.org)


and the third one is a 30mm size, not sure but possibly also edited by Vla. Nuzhdin. Someone else should confirm this (Nick Ball?).
International Flat Figure Society - British Flat Figure Society - "St George and the Dragon" (intflatfigures.org)


and one edited by Jupiter Miniatura, I believe can be ordered to Benedikt;it is a BFFS creation in 54mm
International Flat Figure Society - British Flat Figure Society - St George Drawing.png (intflatfigures.org)

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Re: St. George and the Dragon
« Reply #4 on: October 10, 2021, 03:05:43 PM »
The BFFS figure is only available through the society. Originally it was given free to all those who joined. We did decide that at Kulmbach it would be available commercially. I have figures and I can send from here. Payment is through my PayPal which I hold for the BFFS.     The price is £25 with postage😃.   Stefano you can send me a pm if you are interested🙂🍻

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Re: St. George and the Dragon
« Reply #3 on: October 10, 2021, 08:03:04 AM »
Hannibal, thanks for your kind and accurate reply.

Hannibal

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Re: St. George and the Dragon
« Reply #2 on: October 10, 2021, 06:47:57 AM »
There are four St George and the Dragon, to my knowledge:


One edited by Jupiter Miniatura in Germany, 54mm (Benedikt Widmann)
International Flat Figure Society - British Flat Figure Society - "St George and the Dragon" (intflatfigures.org)


One edited by Vladimir Nuzhdin in Russia, 45mm
International Flat Figure Society - British Flat Figure Society - "St George and the Dragon" (intflatfigures.org)


and the third one is a 30mm size, not sure but possibly also edited by Vla. Nuzhdin. Someone else should confirm this (Nick Ball?).
International Flat Figure Society - British Flat Figure Society - "St George and the Dragon" (intflatfigures.org)


and one edited by Jupiter Miniatura, I believe can be ordered to Benedikt;it is a BFFS creation in 54mm
International Flat Figure Society - British Flat Figure Society - St George Drawing.png (intflatfigures.org)





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St. George and the Dragon
« Reply #1 on: October 10, 2021, 06:36:04 AM »
Hi guys, I wanted to buy "St. George and the Dragon" how can I do, who should I ask. I really like this piece. Thanks
« Last Edit: October 10, 2021, 11:52:14 AM by marko »

 

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